December 2018 News

We’re right in the middle of the holiday season and we have some exciting events coming up that we hope you can attend!

  • Sunday, December 2nd: The Lebanon Band is marching in the Lebanon Christmas Parade. The parade begins at 2PM at the old high school and then will come through the square before heading down West Main Street and ending at the Cedar Crest Shopping Center (Big Lots / D.T. McCall’s).
  • Friday, December 7th: The Lebanon Concert Band will perform in a Holiday Concert also featuring the Lebanon Choirs. The concert is in the LHS Auditorium and begins at 6:30PM.
  • Friday, December 14th: Our jazz band, percussion ensemble and brass quintet will all perform along with the other groups in the LHS Fine Arts Department at our Night of the Arts. This concert is in the LHS Auditorium and begins at 6:30PM.

Don’t forget to click here and check out our calendar which is filled with holiday concerts from our area schools and organizations! Some of the upcoming events listed there include:

  • Thursday, December 6th: Winfree-Bryant Christmas Concert at 6PM
  • Monday, December 10th: Cedar Creek Community Band Christmas Concert at 7PM at the old Lebanon High School Auditorium
  • Tuesday, December 11th: Walter J. Baird Band and Choir Christmas Concert at 6:30PM

Please like our Facebook page to see pictures and videos from the performances and to receive frequent updates about upcoming events involving the Lebanon Band, LHS Fine Arts and other area band programs.

Parents and students should still review the wiki for detailed rehearsal and performance information.

Thank you for supporting the Lebanon Band in 2018. We hope that you have a wonderful December and please come back here in January to see what we have planned for 2019! 

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